New Century Promises to Be Productive for Oswego State

By Deborah F. Stanley

    The 20th century has been one of growth in size and service for Oswego State University. When the century dawned, the college, founded by Edward Austin Sheldon in 1861, was just four decades old. Sheldon began his efforts to teach children and their... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 45

Issue 45
December 1999/January 2000

Profiles

Terrance Gorman

On The Job

Are you doing anything special to celebrate the new millennium?

Success Stories

Schneider Packaging

My Turn

Where will you be when the last hours of 1999 are counted down?

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

The Small Business Challenge

From the College

New Century Promises to Be Productive for Oswego State

Economic Trends

The SZCC and our Two Economic Development Zones

Small Business

The Millennium and New Technology

Special Article

Selling or Buying a Business? Do you know how much it's worth?

Last Page

"The Wisest Business Decision I Have Ever Made"